Patients with Hodgkin's disease who have a large mediastinal mass present a challenge to the oncologist. Individualized therapy is often a key consideration for the management of these patients. Careful clinical staging is essential to develop the most effective treatment plan. The majority of these patients may be treated most effectively with combined modality therapy; however, a carefully selected group may be treated successfully with irradiation alone. Close follow-up is helpful to detect early relapse or manage complications of therapy.
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